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Work: Gruppe aus dem Tartarus (Schiller), D.583

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ComposerSchubert, Franz (1797-1828)
Work typeVocal
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JūrmalaBryn Terfel bass-baritone & Annabel Thwaite piano

Schubert, Keel, Traditional, Schumann, Lewis, Williams
Sir Bryn Terfel; Annabel Thwaite
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A consummate storyteller: Thomas Hampson sings Schubert

A whole week dedicated to Schubert Lieder at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, kicks off with a recital with ambitious repertoire.
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A dynamic recital of art-song with Philippe Sly and Julius Drake at Toronto Summer Music Festival

Twentysomething Philippe Sly wields an impressive voice. Like the mythical John Henry’s hammer, it rings like silver in the upper register, the middle shines like gold, and his bass is firm as iron. From the second line of Henri Duparc’s “Chanson Triste” Sly interested with his way of rolling out phrases, englobing lines in cavernous spaces.
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Pathos and power: Eric Owens recital in Berkeley

Bass-baritone Eric Owens is no stranger to Bay Area voice aficionados. After making his local debut as Lodovico in Otello with San Francisco Opera in 2002, Owens memorably created the diet-regiment-reciting General Leslie Groves there in the world première of John Adams’ Doctor Atomic in 2005. Most recently he did yeoman's work with a smaller role in Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi in October.
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Goerne and Eschenbach Close Out Schubert Series with “Great” Finale

Disney Hall’s week-long tribute to the music of Franz Schubert came to a grand close last Friday. Or should that be “Great?” As in Schubert’s hour-long Symphony no. 9, also known as the “Great.” And great it certainly is: not merely in the symphony’s musical material, which is some of the finest ever crafted by this composer. But also great in its proportions.
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Du holde Kunst: Philippe Jaroussky singt Schubert in Baden-Baden

Von der Barockmusik zu Schubert-Liedern war es in Baden-Baden für Philippe Jaroussky kein unbedingt gradliniger Weg.
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